About two or three cats that we had in our house looked like these when they were still tiny and cute. The first one was Dagul, the second Baldo, and the third and the youngest is Kuting. The first two were already dead. They were housecats, not of a particular breed. I remember that Dagul was an alpha male, and Baldo a handsome cat with soft features that you will mistake him for a feline. Kuting looks like a stray cat now and does not want to stay at home. He only goes home when he’s hungry.
Red is one of those colors traditionally associated with the celebration of Christmas. I am just a recent convert. I am not a fan before because red for me is so loud and daring. One day, I tried on a red shirt and it looked good on me. It gave that happy aura and it made me think it can camouflage my inner weaknesses and gloomy feelings, on days I do not feel happy at all. Continue reading “52 Week Photography Challenge #3: Red”
You can see how these pretty little visitors were focused on what Kay was telling them. Of course, these little ones have no idea about the technical stuff of doing these pieces of art works.
Here is another pic.
Today there will surely be a lot of FOCUS pictures here.
Her name is Dianne. She is truly one admirable lady who had given us deluxe service when we had our dinner last night at Mandarin Sky, a Chinese shabu-shabu restaurant. She patiently explained each meal we got interested in and suggested the best seller soup which is the spinach soup. She always checked if we wanted something or we liked to have a refill of the tea.
I’ll see what the other photohunters have for this Saturday’s theme.
(You will discover many beautiful destinations here.)
If given the chance, I would take you to the UP Oval where we could jog or brisk walk. I would like you to try the yummy taho.
What is taho, you will ask?
Taho (Tagalog: [t??ho?]) (Chinese: ??; Pe?h-?e-j?: t?u-hue) is a Philippine snack food made of fresh soft/silken tofu, arnibal (sweetener and flavoring), and sago pearl (similar to tapioca pearls). This staple comfort food is a signature sweet and taho peddlers can be found all over the country. The Indonesian and Malaysian equivalent of this snack is tauhue.
In the eyes of a child, the world is a VAST place to explore. A day late to participate in Photohunting. The other takes are here.